You're Always In My Heart

a poem by Linda Bates Terrell, USA

Early morning sunrise
sun beats upon the window
What will today bring
Will it be an amazing prize
Does this day contain
the adventure I desire
Or will it just be
the same and plain.

I linger in my thoughts

I hear your tiny footstep
pitter-patter down the hall
Quick as a wink into bed with us you crawl
Smelling the familiar fragrence
that lingers in your hair
Your hands upon my face
Your fingers pull at my hair
I lay motionless as you grasp my heart.

Linda Terrell
March 21, 2010

It's the little things in life that matter the most.
That build a dream or become a memory, as our loving children grow. It's the baby years they like to hear of, stories of the past as they grow, of when they were small! This poem is for my children and grandchildren.
God bless'm all!

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